It's a fishy business.
Traditional British dishes are said to be meaty: roast beef, leg of lamb, steak pie or a "full-English”, a cooked breakfast with sausages and bacon. But what about that famous dish, fish and chips, at its best eaten with your fingers as you walk along the
Seafood has always played an important role in the island's diet - no wonder with an 18,000 kilometre long coastline. In the 19th century oysters were "poor man's food. Steak and ...